Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey wants your Steam Greenlight votes

Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey

By on February 28, 2013 at 5:01 pm

Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey has smashed its Kickstarter goal by a clear $250,000 and is now coasting towards a cool $1.1 million with only 10 days to go. But wouldn’t it be neat if you could buy it through Steam, as well?

Such is the thinking of Ragnar Tørnquist and his team of developers, who have submitted the game to Steam Greenlight for your consideration.

In the same update, it was also revealed that you can add a copy of The Longest Journey to your Kickstarter pledge rewards by throwing an additional $10 on top. Why not visit the Kickstarter page and see if you’d like to chip in?

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I thought Greenlight was mainly for indie teams. Surely these guys don’t need Greenlight, the first two are already available on Steam afterall.

 

These guys aren’t funcom though.
Still, the whole “publisher’s with games already on steam get a free pass” theory has been proven false in the past anyhow – Wadjet eye has about 4-5 games up already; yet their most recent Primordia was forced to do the whole ‘Greenlight’ song and dance.

 

No one is EVER forced to do Greenlight. No one ever NEEDS to do Greenlight. If a game is even half-way decent, it will get on to Steam (albeit, in time, but no lesser time than it takes for it to be voted). The article’s example is using Greenlight as an extremely cheap, pre-release, marketing drive.

Not saying; just saying…

 
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